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My new Ace left the factory last Thursday 1/29 and arrived in Cottonwood Idaho this morning2/04 .Dealer installed wheels, windshield, F/B bumpers, top! Tomorrow horn, mirror, receiver hitch for winch, LED lights and LED back up light installed.. Haven't seen it because dealer wanted to surprise me with factory accessories installed. IMG_20140204_175847_231.jpg IMG_20140204_173350_912.jpg ..
 

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That's great. Is that a pic of your Ace ? If so, what wheels are those ? They look good and appear to be stock size.

Those other aftermarket wheel/tire Polaris sells for them may not be a good choice. While they look good, they also look a lot heavier and taller. Would probably rob too much power from the Ace.
 

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Give us an update on how you like it. Most of us want to know about the power from that little pro star motor. I think I'm gonna get one in a few


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Im very interested to see how the Ace performs with aftermarket wheels/tires. I noticed Polaris advertises the Ace with a set of Sedona Ripsaws on 14" rims. I have a set of those on my 800RZR and they are like turning cinder blocks as they are about as heavy as some of the larger mud tires out there. I would say a set of 12" rims with lightly aggressive 25"-26" tires will be ideal and shouldn't rob too much power. Something on the lines of a Maxxis Big Horn should be the ticket. I would personally stay away from 8 ply tires for the Ace as most of them are extremely heavy.
That's great. Is that a pic of your Ace ? If so, what wheels are those ? They look good and appear to be stock size.

Those other aftermarket wheel/tire Polaris sells for them may not be a good choice. While they look good, they also look a lot heavier and taller. Would probably rob too much power from the Ace.
 

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These wheels came off an Rzr.

That's great. Is that a pic of your Ace ? If so, what wheels are those ? They look good and appear to be stock size.

Those other aftermarket wheel/tire Polaris sells for them may not be a good choice. While they look good, they also look a lot heavier and taller. Would probably rob too much power from the Ace.
 

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I hope to get a chance for a ride this weekend but right now it is zero degrees..


=polarmud;754]Give us an update on how you like it. Most of us want to know about the power from that little pro star motor. I think I'm gonna get one in a few


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What did it cost for accessories ? Total ?
I traded out my stock wheels for these Rzr wheels at a cost of $100.00.Kept same factory tires, I should not lose any performance..I went from steel wheels to aluminum wheels!! The top , f/b bumpers, windshield, over head bag right at $800.00. Adding horn/mirror, license plate tag light, switch w/back up LED light and two 48 watt LED driving lights with dash switch. Also putting on a receiver front hitch wired so I can use my Ranger winch on the Ace instead of buying another winch… easy switch. My ranger has the multi-mount winch..Trying to get in on the right hand side of the Ace with the gear shift sticking up is kinda difficult. So tomorrow we are going to reverse the gear shift knob (try) so when the Ace is in park the knob/level will be in the back position park instead of the level being forward in the park position..That probably doesn't make sense but we are gonna try it.. The Ace will be street legal when completed.. The Ace caught a lot of traffic off the road today in front of the dealership..
 

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Live in Idaho, can drive on all county roads just no State Hwy's. To be Idaho legal tagged/liability insurance, horn, rear view mirror and thats it..More ATv's on the road then you see cars plus we have millions of acres of Forest Dept access..
 

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The Rzr wheels are off a swap out but they are aluminum unlike the steel wheels that come on the Ace we figures about 6 pounds lighter per wheel..The Rzr wheels widen the back stance out. They didn't get done with the Ace today so should pick up tomorrow..
 
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